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to subject to danger or destruction

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pose a threat to

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CALIFORNIA CITY - Environmentalists are trying to stop an off-road race scheduled for Saturday, saying proper environmental reviews have not been conducted and that the event could imperil sensitive wildlife and plants.
The principal thesis of this paper is that determinism imperils a rich cluster of the moral sentiments, and to the extent that these sentiments are implicated by interpersonal relationships, moral responsibility, or the stance of treating or holding others or oneself morally responsible, determinism imperils these things as well.
Educational Testing Services indicate that on a scale from one to five where one is low, one-third to one-half of today's welfare participants perform at Level One ("Low Literacy of Welfare Recipients Imperils Chances to Rise From Poverty," 1997).
Governments must act to stop overfishing before it further imperils world food supplies, he says.
This imperils their great cultural traditions, which have been enriching Europe through the centuries.
The program, he said, imperils other wolves that might wander into these areas and are protected under the law.
Miraculously, the muscular system will respond to permit the dancer an incorrectly executed movement, even a dangerous one that imperils the skeleton, until one day, the body can no longer remain distorted or tolerate the strain and an injury occurs.
Anything that imperils those businesses, or those jobs, imperils the nation's standard of living.
Deforestation also causes siltation, which imperils the biodiversity of the coral reefs.
BOSTON -- Using open source code in proprietary products without a well-defined technical and legal strategy imperils a company's intellectual property rights and increases the risk of lawsuits, Edmund J.
It's time for Baca to end the early-release program, which makes a mockery of our legal system and imperils our neighborhoods.